The day begins early and with an English breakfast - or, the bravest, a pint of stout - among the butchers of the Smithfield market, in the Fox and Anchor pub. It is one of the few early houses that remain in London, pubs that open at dawn to give night workers a drink.
The 180 The Strand, a cavernous icon of brutalist architecture, has become the center of the most groundbreaking fashion and art behind its concrete walls.
The giant water lilies of Kew Gardens, the botanical garden of London.
The most open and multicultural London is in the markets of Brixton. From the new British kitchen (Salon) to exotic taverns like Okan.
John Soane, the great neoclassical architect, treasured an overwhelming collection of art in his house.
The route of small craft breweries in Hackney, the new bohemian neighborhood . There are guided tours
Redchurch Street, in the heart of Shoreditch, between graffiti and designer shops. Six apples to understand that everything, from chocolate (Mast) to the most functional objects of the home (Labor and Wait), can be beautiful.
A cocktail in the Dandelyan, the bar of the Mondrian hotel, recently voted the best cocktail bar in the world. Own and classic creations updated by experts and welcoming barmen.
Diana of Wales, in the year of the wedding of her small son, walking through the fountain built in her memory in Hyde Park. In winter, when children empty themselves by splashing, try to take off their shoes and feel the cold water.
How the sun sets over the city from the terrace of Frank's Cafe, an essential summer pop-up located on top of a 10-story parking tower in Peckham.